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they don't meet the minimum standards of the affordable care act. wjz is live. meghan mccorkell has more on how those affected are coping. >> reporter: officials say those plans will be replaced by stronger coverage, but some of those that received the notices say they were really taken by surprise. for two years, brenda nelson paid for an individual insurance plan to cover her in case of emergency. >> medical costs are crazy. you never know what can happen. >> reporter: recently she received this letter saying her plan is no longer available. >> it's very frustrating but more scary, because i think i'm not covered so if something should happen, i don't know what i would do. >> reporter: she's not alone. nine insurance carriers in maryland announced they'll drop 73,000 members. >> in many cases, the inability of an individual to not keep their coverage is because their insurance company has decided to faze out their plan. >> reporter: the maryland insurance administration says those plans are being replaced with stronger coverage that provides stronger consumer protection and prescriptio
and this cliff hanger for the city. and at this point, we don't know how long they will continue tonight or when they will get a final count. reporting live from annapolis, now back to you on tv hill. >> no one imagined it would go this long. thank you very much. >> reporter: never. >> both candidates say they're optimistic about the outcome. >>> one of the most powerful typhoons in history has hit the philippines and it is far from over. weather experts are warning the damage will be catastrophic. you can already see flooding and very strong winds. and radar shows the massive storm churning right before it made land fall. how big could this be, bob? >> as you said, catastrophic damage. when you think about how big this storm is and how powerful it is, it's likely to be the strongest tropical storm, hurricane, typhoon ever to come ashore on land. look at the track we have for you. right now it's approaching central portions of the philippines. it will bring us close to one of the second major cities. manil is in the northern sections. as it goes to that portion of the philippines, we have expect
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, this is my favorite play. oh! i'm wide open. oh, fumble. fumble. don't want to fumble any of these. [ male announcer ] share what you love, with who you love. kellogg's frosted flakes. it's up... and it's good! good?! they're grrreat! dr.pepper ten...good! the manliest low-calorie soda in the history of mankind. bold flavor. >> verne: while we were away, zach mettenberger, the essence of frustration. >> gary: he had one opportunity, and i believe he had a misread. >> verne: we'll take a look at that after this first down play. >> gary: it was not easy. i think knowing alabama he should have assumed it was three-on-two he had the inside of the field open. >> verne: kenny bell steps up. let's go back earlier, gary. >> gary: right, good coverage for the whole series but on second down alabama is going to play three-on-two to the outside. that means inside travis dickson had a linebacker one on one. that's where the ball should have gone. watch how open he was. >> verne: oh, boy. >> gary: that is the m.o. of alabama they play the combos wide you have the middle of the field opportunity he did
, and about 18 in the dc area. as far as wind chill, because we don't have much wind right now, luckily, the wind chill is only a couple of degrees lower than the actual temperature. it feels like 28 on your skin here, but only nine above zero in oakland. is this cold here to stay? we'll look at the rest of the week coming up in the first warning full forecast. >>> eleven million survivors are living among debris and bodies in the philippines, but the trucks can't reach the hardest hit areas. kai jackson has more on the far- reaching impact of this disaster, kai. >> reporter: vic, the world is united and rushing to get aid in the devastated areas, yet those suffering can't get that help soon enough. the powerful typhoon that struck the philippines damaged or destroyed an estimated 23,000 homes, leaving some 600,000 people with no place to live, and many of those who died remain unburied. this woman says rescuers have not come back in days and ask why haven't they returned to recover to bodies. the president of the philippines offered a glimmer of hope that the death toll has been lower
plays ] don't overthink it. [ hans ] warm, flakey, gooey. toaster strudel! >> hello, everybody. >> i'm denise koch. >> and i'm vic carter. here's what people are talking about tonight. >> the first blast of winter coming early to maryland. >> you can see from sky eye chopper 13, the sun set on a rather mild monday evening. but temperatures are about to drop and people out in fells point tonight already prepared with winter coats and scarves and hats. bob turk with the snow we may see tomorrow. bob? >> you need those winter clothes tomorrow for sure and probably by the morning. take a look at temps. still mild here but in oakland just dropping to the upper 30s but not too far away really cumberland still at 50. 51 ocean city. however a front out to the west of us and that front has shower activity ahead of it and snow behind it across portions of northern ohio, northern indiana right now, around indianapolis, getting snow at 33. cleveland just dropped to 32. pittsburgh still at 36. just as the front comes through, seeing rain activity overnight which more than likely as the cold air c
. >> wonder if you can call that the doggy paddle. >> i don't think so. >>> a family's fireplace goes up in flames and now a warning before you light the first fire of the season. >>> i was in line with a bunch of people for the metal detectors when he heard gunfire. >> hear from one of the victims of the lax airport shooting. >>> a little girl riding her bike on a highway. how she ended up there. >>> some rain on the way for your morning commute. i'll have the complete forecast coming up next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ready? happy birthday! it's a painting easel! the tide's coming in! this is my favorite one. it's upside down. oh, sorry. (woman vo) it takes him places he's always wanted to go. that's why we bought a subaru. (announcer) love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. >>> partly cloudy and 56 degrees in central maryland right now. >>> a shooting outside a barber shot in detroit leaves two people dead and seven others injured. the gunfire started after two cars pulled up outside the building. shots were fired into the barbershop. that's where the two deceased victims were found. police ar
'm fresh to be honest with you. i don't know if i'd take any more hits or not but i've been fortunate so far in how i've been feeling. >> flacco has never missed a game in his career. he will have the ninth longest iron man streak by quarterback in league history. the ravens need to stop a three-game losing streak. the bengals come to town next, a game right here on wjz. game at 1. the finalists for the major league most valuable player award in the american league. chris davas is in the final three. he led the majors with 53 home runs. cabrera and trout of the angels were the other finalists. >>> ovechkin back after missing two games. two power play goals for him, washington wins it 6-2 ready? happy birthday! it's a painting easel! the tide's coming in! this is my favorite one. it's upside down. oh, sorry. (woman vo) it takes him places he's always wanted to go. that's why we bought a subaru. (announcer) love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. a pediatrician.ands of a surgeon. these are pioneering advances in heart surgery. and these are developing groundbreaking treatments for cancer
. the companies are required to pay the taxes for last month by november 25th. if they don't, city officials say the companies will be referred to the bureau of revenue collections. >>> ambitious new plans for baltimore's crown jewel to connect both sides of the waterfront, a pool, even a beach. the project announced today will come at a cost. what will it take to make the plan a reality? >> reporter: you're looking at what the mayor calls a softer, greener inner harbor with ambitious plans including a pedestrian bridge from harbor east to federal hill, all to improve the city's crown jewel which some say has been a bit tarnished. >> i think they need to bring the people back. whatever they can do to do that, i'm all for it. >> reporter: while leaders aren't talking about the cost, they talk about how vital the harbor is to the economy. visitors spent an average of $207 each trip raking in $102 million in state and city taxes. >> come down to harbor place, the greatest place in the united states. >> reporter: the goal is to explain on the old excitement connecting the harbor from fort mchenry. >
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